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Treatment for wilt diseases of trees



Treatment for wilt diseases of trees



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1241(2), Dec 12



A preventative treatment for wilt diseases in trees is disclosed which provides susceptible trees with induced resistance to wilt disease-causing organisms. The treatment comprises administering to a susceptible tree an amount of an elicitor effective to cause a defence reaction in the tree. The preferred elicitor for use as a treatment for Dutch elm disease and Fire Blight Disease is a novel elicitor isolated from cultures of Ophiostoma ulmi. The preferred elicitor is non-toxic and heat stable and is shown to be effective for inducing resistance to Dutch Elm Disease and Fire Blight Disease and in susceptible trees.

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